Ureaplasma: treatment at home - how to achieve recovery

January 28, 2013

 ureaplasma treated at home
 Treating infections caused by ureaplasma is a lengthy process, in some cases there is a need for multiple courses of therapy. On the issue of treatment should be taken responsibly, so regimens should choose the doctor individually. Ureaplasmas Treatment at home is possible, but only if the strict implementation of all recommendations of the physician.

 Ureaplasma: treatment at home - how to achieve recovery

The choice of antibacterial drugs

Ureaplasmosis therapy is prescribed only in the case of laboratory confirmation of one of the known methods for the presence of ureaplasma infection that caused pathological changes in the body. After diagnosis, nosology of the disease the doctor prescribes a treatment that the patient can receive in-patient, that is home.

To treat ureaplasmosis used antibiotics as a primary means.

The drugs of choice are macrolides, tetracycline, fluoroquinolones and aminoglycosides. The course of treatment should be designed to receive drugs from two weeks or longer if needed (up to 21 days). Recommended schedule may be as follows:

  • erythromycin 2 g day 0
  • josamycin to 1, 0 g per day
  • ofloxacin on 0, 8 grams per day
  • spiramycin 9 million a day
  • roxithromycin on 0, 3 g per day
  • clarithromycin 0 and 5 grams per day
  • tetracycline, 2, 0 g per day

Given that ureaplasma This insidious ureaplasma - often too late  This insidious ureaplasma - often too late
   often occurs in conjunction with other infections, it is necessary to recommend to the parallel reception of drugs that affect the anaerobic and fungal flora. These include fluconazole Fluconazole - used with caution  Fluconazole - used with caution
 Tinidazole, metronidazole. Ureaplasmas differ in that they have a part of the cell wall, so inappropriate to assign those drugs which influence it, namely, penicillins, cephalosporins, sulfonamides. Data drugs have no sensitivity of the pathogen.

 Ureaplasma: treatment at home - how to achieve recovery

The validity of an integrated approach

It is a mistake to think that it is enough only one of antibiotic therapy to get rid of the causative agent. The main goal of treatment is to eliminate, that is to remove the pathogen, so therapy should be integrated with an individual approach in each case. Potentiates the action of antibiotics enzyme preparations, such as Wobenzym, Phlogenzym. They have a systemic effect on the body and the patient can take them home. Depending on the clinical situation can receive up to 5 coated tablets of Wobenzym three times a day while taking this medication should be extended to two weeks or more may be needed. The structure of the complex therapy to be included immunostimulatory agent, since ureaplasmosis Ureaplasmosis - inflammation of the urogenital system  Ureaplasmosis - inflammation of the urogenital system
   observed immunosuppressive effects on the body. According to the research should be preferred immunomodulatory drugs (kipferon, viferon, galavit, imunofan).

Evaluate the effectiveness of the therapy ureaplasmosis only three, four weeks after the completion of the basic course.

Reliable confirmation of the absence of the pathogen is a measure of laboratory and clinical recovery. After treatment, there are problems associated with the violation of the intestinal microflora and the vagina in women. It is recommended to take drugs that normalize the microbial composition of the intestinal flora - Linex, hilak fort laktofiltrum.

Available drugs to restore the flora of the vagina, which can be conveniently administered as a suppository or tampon How to use sanitary pad - basic precautions  How to use sanitary pad - basic precautions
   in dry form. The patient can carry out at home in the evening all the necessary procedures, which is useful in the treatment of it at home. Course restore microflora average shall be ten days. During treatment, patients should be fully fed, eliminate alcohol and any stimulant drinks, fried foods, smoked, salted, pickled. The same applies to spices and seasonings. The full functioning of the digestive system and the composition of its normal microflora is the key to the success of the therapy, so the diet should be balanced.

Marina Solovyov

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Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization

August 8, 2013

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 treatment of cystitis
 Cystitis - is the medical term used to describe diseases of the bladder. In most cases, an inflammation caused by a bacterial infection; used for such diseases common name - urinary tract infection (UTI). Bladder infections often cause pain and discomfort, and can cause serious health problems if the infection spreads to the kidneys.

Much less cystitis Cystitis: urgently take action  Cystitis: urgently take action
   It arises as a reaction to certain medications, radiation therapy or potential irritants such as hygiene sprays, spermicidal gels, as well as the continued use of the catheter. Cystitis, moreover, it can be a complication of certain diseases.

Bacterial cystitis usually treated with antibiotics. Other types of cystitis Treatment depends on the underlying cause of the disease.

 Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization


The most common symptoms of cystitis are:

  • Strong and very frequent urination
  • Burning sensation when urinating
  • If frequent urination leaves a very small amount of urine
  • The presence of blood in the urine (hematuria)
  • Cloudy or has a strong odor of urine
  • Discomfort in the pelvic area
  • The feeling of pressure in the lower abdomen
  • The slight rise in body temperature

In young children, symptoms of cystitis may be enuresis. It can also point to UTI, especially if symptoms of enuresis Enuresis or urinary incontinence - how not to run a disease?  Enuresis or urinary incontinence - how not to run a disease?
   manifested by night or day, at least once a week.

Required as soon as possible and contact your doctor if, in addition to the above symptoms, you have such signs of kidney infection, such as:

  • Pain in the back or side
  • Fever or chills
  • Nausea and vomiting

If it is very frequent desires and extremely painful urination continues over several hours, or if you notice blood in your urine, contact your doctor.

It should also consult a doctor if symptoms of cystitis Cystitis - symptoms: spasms, cramps and discomfort  Cystitis - symptoms: spasms, cramps and discomfort
   there after you have been treated with antibiotics against the disease. You may need other medicines.

 Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization


For the treatment of cystitis are most commonly used antibiotics. Which antibiotics appoint, and what should be the duration of treatment is decided depending on the test results.

Often the symptoms of cystitis weakened the next day after you start taking antibiotics. However, depending on the severity of the infection, they must be taken from three days to one week. Regardless of how soon the symptoms have disappeared, and how long the treatment prescribed by a doctor, it is important to take the medicine for as long as it was recommended to make sure that the infection is truly healed, and not temporary "lurking."

When recurrent UTIs may need a longer course of antibiotics.

The treatment of interstitial cystitis complicated by the fact that the cause of the inflammation is unclear. Typically, to alleviate the condition assigned therapy designed to reduce the symptoms of, inter alia, the reception special medications, electrical nerve stimulation, and other methods.

When non-infectious cystitis is important to find out what caused it. To do this, identify the stimulus (for example, abandon the use of some cosmetics and observe the reaction of the body). Usually, the symptoms of cystitis are a few days after the elimination of the stimulus.

If cystitis is a complication of chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment usually consists in the use of analgesics. After completing the course chemotherapy or radiotherapy cystitis usually goes.

 Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization


The main methods of treatment of cystitis - a treatment drug, suggesting a short course of taking strong antibiotics and treatment alone, with the help of traditional medicine that can suppress the symptoms of cystitis as effectively in mild cases of infection.

 Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization

Self-treatment of cystitis

In mild cases of infection, that is, with uncomplicated cystitis, suppress the symptoms in the following ways:

  • Taking available in pharmacies without a prescription pain killers (best to choose drugs with anti-inflammatory properties). Taking such drugs must be in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
  • By reducing the acidity of the urine due to the soda solution one or two times a day to drink a glass of water with dissolved in it a half a teaspoon of ordinary baking soda. Have similar effects and formulations which include the bicarbonate of sodium or potassium citrate (potassium citrate) - such means can usually purchased in pharmacies without a prescription. Reducing the acidity of urine helps suppress unpleasant burning sensation when urinating and pain accompanying cystitis.
  • By increasing the amount of fluid consumed, thereby accelerating the process of "washing out" bacteria from the bladder.

 Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization

Drug treatment of cystitis

Doctors recommend to treat cystitis antibiotics which will have to take over three to six days. The course of treatment with antibiotics should be completed even if symptoms of cystitis disappear before the end of treatment to completely destroy the bacterial culture, provoke cystitis. Taking antibiotics, you must comply with the dosage indicated by the doctor or the manufacturer.

If symptoms of cystitis do not disappear even after the course of antibiotics, you should always consult a doctor - this may indicate the presence of resistance (immunity) of the bacteria to the selected drug.

Typically, drug treatment of cystitis used drugs for oral use - such antibiotics reduce the risk of spreading the infection to the kidneys. For the treatment of uncomplicated urinary tract infection antibiotics course duration is three days for women and seven for men fourteen days. When complicating circumstances - for example, during pregnancy or diabetes - the duration of a course of antibiotics for the treatment of cystitis is from seven to fourteen days.

The most common antibiotics used to treat cystitis - trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, amoxicillin, and preparations doxycyline fluorohinolonov group. To suppress the pain caused by cystitis, or apply the standard analgesic drugs available in pharmacies without a prescription, or phenazopyridine hydrochloride. For the entire period of treatment of cystitis is recommended to increase the amount of fluids you drink.

 Treatment of cystitis - in which cases need hospitalization

The main methods of treatment of chronic cystitis

  • A single dose of an antibiotic after intercourse for the prevention of cystitis, the symptoms of which are aggravated after sexual activity.
  • Duration, over several weeks or even months, antibiotics in extremely low doses for the prevention of cystitis.
  • Acceptance of drugs and reducing the acidity of urine (eg containing ascorbic acid or cranberry juice).

Lack of effect of antibiotics, even after prolonged course of treatment may indicate interstitial cystitis Interstitial cystitis - inflammation of the bladder  Interstitial cystitis - inflammation of the bladder
   - A rare, chronic inflammation of the bladder wall infectious nature. For treatment of interstitial cystitis conventional methods are not suitable.